Match Action Wallpapers
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Premier League: Reading 0 - 2 Manchester City
City put their Wembley misery behind them with a one-sided victory against Reading at the Madejski Stadium. Goals from Sergio Aguero and Edin Dzeko secured the three points for Brian Kidd's Blues in their first match in the post Mancini era, after the Italian was relieved of his duties on Monday night. Watch the highlights on CityTV here.
Premier League: Manchester City 1 - 0 West Bromwich Albion
City signed off for their FA Cup final with a narrow 1-0 win at the Etihad Stadium. Edin Dzeko scored his third goal against West Brom this season to secure victory. The Bosnian’s gorgeous strike was enough to put City within touching distance of a second place finish. Watch the highlights on CityTV here.
Premier League: Manchester City 2 - 1 West Ham United
City returned to winning ways with a deserved 2-1 win over West Ham at the Etihad Stadium. Sergio Aguero and Yaya Toure scored a goal in each half before Andy Carroll pulled one back deep into injury time as the Blues tightened their grip on second place in the table. Watch the highlights on CityTV here.
Premier League: Manchester City 1 - 0 Wigan Athletic
A brilliant individual goal from Argentine Carlos Tevez was enough to keep all three points at the Etihad Stadium. His goal meant that a much changed Manchester City side beat a battling Wigan Athletic outfit who, on reflection, were probably the better team on the night. Watch the highlights on CityTV here.
FA Cup: Chelsea 1 - 2 Manchester City
Goals from Samir Nasri and Sergio Aguero saw the Premier League Champions and 2011 FA Cup winners progress to the FA Cup Final against Wigan Athletic, though the eventual margin of victory hardly reflected Manchester City's superiority for the majority of the contest. Watch the highlights on CityTV here.
Premier League: Manchester United 1 - 2 Manchester City
Goals from James Milner and Sergio Aguero, separated by an own-goal from Captain Vincent Kompany gave the Blues a famous win (now back to back) at Old Trafford. The win closed the gap at the top to 12 points with 7 games remaining. Watch the highlights on CityTV here.
Premier League: Manchester City 4 - 0 Newcastle
Four great goals (one each from Carlos Tevez, David Silva, Vincent Kompany and Yaya Toure) ensured three points for City against the Magpies in an impressive performance in front of a packed Etihad Stadium. Watch the highlights of the game on CityTV..
FA Cup: Manchester City 5 - 0 Barnsley
A Carlos Tevez-inspired City are back at Wembley after ruthlessly casting aside Barnsley in a one-sided FA Cup quarter-final at the Etihad Stadium. The brilliant Tevez scored a hat-trick and set up goals for Aleks Kolarov and David Silva in the 5-0 win as the Blues booked their place in the semi-final in emphatic style.
Premier League: Aston Villa 0 - 1 Manchester City
Carlos Tevez scored the only goal of the game breaking the stalemate in the shadow of half-time when he picked up Edin Dzeko’s unselfish pass, sent two defenders and goalkeeper the wrong way and slotted into the bottom corner. His cool finish settled the destination of the precious points as Roberto Mancini’s men recorded an 18th Barclays Premier League win over Villa.
Premier League: Manchester City 2 - 0 Chelsea
Yaya Toure and Joe Hart were the heroes at either end of the pitch for City, the former scoring the game’s first goal – a real beauty – and the latter preceding the Ivorian’s clinical finish with a fine penalty save from Frank Lampard. A Carlos Tevez stunner from the edge of the box five minutes from time added gloss and some perspective to a superb three point haul.
FA Cup Round 5: Manchester City 4 - 0 Leeds United
A goal after only 5 minutes for Ivorian Yaya Toure set the ball rolling in this noisy affair at the Etihad Stadium. Our Argentine striking duo both got on the scoresheet; one for the returning Carlos Tevez in between a brace for Sergio Aguero ensured the brilliant Blues cruised into the quarter finals in front of a packed Etihad Stadium.
FA Cup Round 4: Stoke City 0 - 1 Manchester City
Pablo Zabaleta scored the winning in the Blues' 4th round tie at the Brittania Stadium. City dominated the match throughout and finally got the breakthrough 85 minutes into the match, with the Argentine right back starting the move by winning the ball in his own half and following a neat few passes through the Stoke midfield, Zabaleta came storming in to finish with the outside of his right foot.
Premier League: Manchester City 2 - 0 Fulham
Two goals from David Silva helped the Blues' overcome a normally troublesome opponent in Fulham at the Etihad Stadium. His first came after just two minutes when Mark Schwarzer found Edin Dzeko's strike too hot to handle, and his second came on 68 minutes when he finished off a slick attack with a delicate chip over the keeper.
Premier League: Arsenal 0 - 2 Manchester City
City ended their long barren spell at the home of Arsenal with a performance of style and grit at the Emirates Stadium. After Laurent Koscielny was sent off for hauling down Edin Dzeko - who missed the resulting penalty - it was plain sailing for the Blues. James Milner smashed in a spectacular first after 20 minutes, with Dzeko then following up on a spilled shot to seal the win after 31 minutes.
FA Cup Round 3: Manchester City 3 - 0 Watford
Marcos Lopes stole the show in City's 3rd round FA Cup tie, coming on with a couple of minutes remaining and then scoring with his first touch. Earlier goals from Carlos Tevez and Gareth Barry had killed off any opposition from Gianfranco Zola's spirited Watford team before the youngster came off the bench to seal the win.
Premier League: Manchester City 3 - 0 Stoke City
A disappointing Stoke side didn’t manage an attempt on goal in the opening half, though their stubborn resistance did last until the 42nd minute before Pablo Zabaleta eased home the opener. Edin Dzeko added the second after Begovic failed to hold Sergio Aguero's shot in the 55th minute. The game was finally put to bed once Aguero slotted a penalty past the Stoke 'keeper on 73 minutes.
Premier League: Norwich City 3 - 4 Manchester City
The Blues got off to a flying start at Carrow Road, with the big Bosnian Edin Dzeko getting two goals in the first 4 minutes! Following this, a spirited Norwich team clawed back goals to match Sergio Aguero's chip over the 'keeper, and then Edin Dzeko sealed the win - and the match ball - on 66 minutes when he drilled the ball past Bunn into the bottom corner the Norwich net.
Premier League: Manchester City 1 - 0 Reading
The Blues ended 2012 at the Etihad Stadium as they began it – with a win. City had dominated Reading throughout the match, but left it extremely late to finally break down Brian McDermott's team's spirited resistance. Gareth Barry's late, late header from David Silva's deep cross sealing the three points with the very last attack of the match deep into injury time at the Etihad Stadium.
Premier League: Newcastle 1 - 3 Manchester City
City dragged themselves off the floor following their derby despair to serve notice that the title race is a long way from over. Goals from Sergio Aguero, Javi Garcia and Yaya Toure sealed the win for the Blues. Our giant Ivorian seems to have taken a particular liking to the Sports Direct Arena, scoring three times in his past two visits to the North East.
Premier League: Wigan 0 - 2 Manchester City
City made it 20 Premier League games unbeaten with a 2-0 win at Wigan. The hosts had enjoyed the better chances on a bitterly cold evening at the DW Stadium before the Blues, far from their best, finally broke the deadlock through Mario Balotelli midway through the second period. Less than five minutes after that James Milner added a stunning second before hobbling off injured.
Premier League: Manchester City 5 - 0 Aston Villa
Having taken the best part of 45 minutes to break through Villa’s defences for the first time it took fewer than twenty minutes in the second half to treble the advantage. Both goals came from the penalty spot and both were scored by Argentinians. Sergio Aguero scored the first and Carlos Tevez the second. Once the floodgates opened, Aguero added a fourth before Tevez finished off the Villains.
Premier League: Manchester City 2 - 1 Tottenham Hotspur
On the 11th day of the 11th month, the Blues took this season’s tally without league defeat to 11. After Caulker's headed goal, Sergio Aguero pounced on a Yaya Toure through ball and a lucky break to level the scores and then, as he seems to do on a weekly basis, Edin Dzeko rose from the bench and smashed high beyond Friedel. Crisis? What crisis? The title winners are alive and kicking.
Premier League: Manchester City 1 - 0 Swansea City
This was never easy on the pitch or the eye; particularly a first half in which for once City failed to create any clear cut chances. In the second half, Carlos Tevez, who hasn’t found goals easy to come by in recent weeks, blasted home from the edge of the box with a shot of such power and precision that it left Michel Vorm clutching thin air as the shot hit the netting just inside the post.
Premier League: West Bromwich Albion 1 - 2 Manchester City
Edin Dzeko climbed off the substitutes’ bench to score twice in the last 14 minutes to give the Blues a dramatic 2-1 win at West Brom. City had been a man and a goal down following James Milner’s controversial sending off and a fortuitous Shane Long goal. But City were far from finished and Dzeko scored a minute after coming on and then secured the points with a breakaway goal in injury time.
Premier League: Manchester City 3 - 0 Sunderland
Having been a bit of jinx to City last season, the Black Cats left with tails firmly between their legs this time around. Goals from Aleks Kolarov, Sergio Aguero and James Milner ensured that the Blues now have two more points in the bag than they did from last season’s identical seven fixtures – and a first clean sheet of the campaign.
Premier League: Fulham 1 - 2 Manchester City
This season’s first maximum haul on the road came at a place where the Blues dropped points for the first time in 2011-12 and although City left it late there was no doubt that they deserved the spoils. Edin Dzeko was the hero scoring the winner just four minutes from time after coming on as late substitute. Earlier Sergio Aguero had snaffled up an equaliser after Fulham scored from the spot.
Premier League: Manchester City 3 - 1 Queens Park Rangers
City were comfortable from kick off until the hour mark and once Yaya Toure had opened the scoring in the 16th minute the home side were almost in exhibition mode. Yaya’s shot, after Carlos Tevez’ initial effort had been blocked, carried too much venom for Rob Green who could only help it into the net. Later goals from Dzeko and Tevez finally killed the game off.